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Episode 102 - Keep Climbing

Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Podbean iTunes YouTube Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

6 MIN2017 OCT 23
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Episode 102 - Keep Climbing

Episode 101 - Tips on Navigating Your Career from David Vaucher

Guest: David Vaucher, a Director with Alvarez & Marsal in Houston, specializes in data analysis and project management. In particular, Mr. Vaucher's insights on costs in the oil & gas industry and operations to support shale oil & gas development in North America have been sought out and published by global news organizations such as Thomson Reuters, The Wall Street Journal (Latin America), the Financial Times and The Economist, and local ones such as the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express News. He began his oil & gas career as a field engineer at Schlumberger based in Texas, focusing on cementing and well construction operations, and then worked for TAM International (a maker of specialty completion tools) as a Technical Advisor supporting the company's global field operations. Mr. Vaucher speaks French fluently, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Rice University, an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Engineerin...

27 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 101 - Tips on Navigating Your Career from David Vaucher

Episode 100 - Is the EIA storage data accurate? Mark LaCour discusses

Guest: In his career, Mark has sold over $305 million to the oil & gas industry and has had over 2,200 meetings with almost every oil & gas company that you can name. He's done business in the North Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, the UK, Middle East, Mexico, Canada, Norway, Scotland, Brazil and in the good ol' US of A. He is the director of public relations for the American Petroleum Institute (the API) Houston chapter, the largest group representing the oil & gas industry to congress. Mark has a well-earned reputation as an industry "insider" and independent 3rd party market researcher. He is an author, sits on several oil & gas boards, has one of the top oil & gas presences in social media and when he not volunteering his time teaching STEM's at local schools he helps other companies sell their products and services to oil and gas companies at modalpoint.com. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Website Links from the show: ModalPoint Newsletter Sign-Up Oil & Gas Global Network Oil & Gas Industry ...

18 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 100 - Is the EIA storage data accurate? Mark LaCour discusses

Episode 99 - John Siciliano on the upcoming climate change debate

Guest: John Siciliano - Energy Examiner -- Washington Examiner, Energy & Environment Correspondent Website Twitter Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

34 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 99 - John Siciliano on the upcoming climate change debate

Episode 98 - Where can we improve the grid?

Guest: Mr. Williams combines renewable technology and finance with a passion for transformative energy markets. Mr. Williams currently serves as Solar Guru for USAID's Caribbean Clean Energy Program, Senior Fellow for UC Berkeley's Renewable Appropriate Energy Laboratory, and Chief Executive Officer of dissigno. Mr. Williams has particular concentration in technology, finance, and enterprise development in mature and emerging markets. He has found, led, and divested solar development businesses around the world. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow with the US State Department's Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas where he advised government and private developers in Latin America on transitioning to generation from renewable energy and developing finance options. Mr. Williams was selected as one of Time Magazine's Innovators of the Year for work on refrigeration in emerging tropical markets. Mr. Williams has leveraged technical expertise to attract financing and set the la...

22 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 98 - Where can we improve the grid?

Episode 97 - Are electric cars ready to go mainstream?

Guest: Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D., is a consultant on geopolitics and the global energy industry and a non-resident scholar at the Arabia Foundation, a D.C. based think tank. She is the author of the upcoming book, Saudi, Inc., which presents the history of Saudi Arabia through the central figure of its oil company, Aramco. It will be released in 2018 (Pegasus Books) as Saudi Aramco prepares to launch its much-anticipated IPO. A frequent commentator on oil pricing, energy policy, alternative energies, OPEC, and political economy, Dr. Wald writes weekly columns for investing.com and Forbes. She is an adjunct professor of Middle East history and policy; has lectured and spoken across the U.S., U.K., and Middle East; and appeared on TV and radio on three continents. She earned her Ph.D. with a focus on business history and international relations at Boston University and an A.B. in history from Princeton University. Twitter LinkedIn Website Link from the show: Battery Lifetime: How Long Can ...

20 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 97 - Are electric cars ready to go mainstream?

Episode 96 - A journey from renewables to nuclear

Guest: Ben Heard is recognised as a leading voice for the use of nuclear technologies to address our most pressing global challenges. It certainly didn't start that way. Back in the day he was a member of environmental NGOs and shared their basic objection to nuclear technologies. Being serious about the environmentalism stuff, he undertook a Masters in Corporate Sustainability at Monash University, beginning in 2004. He was one of the inaugural graduands of Future Environmental Leaders (now the Centre for Sustainability Leadership). His work threw him into the deep end of sustainability, with stakeholder consultation for issues like native and plantation forestry industries, legacy toxic waste sites and transport infrastructure. He discovered that nothing was simple, everything involved trade-offs, all risks are relative and if you try to do your job well almost no-one will like you very much but hopefully most will respect you. He started working in major projects in climate chang...

27 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 96 - A journey from renewables to nuclear

Episode 95 - European and global power generation

Guest: Diarmaid Williams is the International Digital Editor at Power Engineering International and Editor of Decentralized Energy Twitter LinkedIn Website Website Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

24 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 95 - European and global power generation

Episode 94 -Michael Lynch on Peak Oil Demand

Guest: Michael Lynch has worked in the petroleum and energy industries for four decades, about half as an M.I.T. researcher. He is published in six languages; one of his recent books, The Peak Oil Scare and the Coming Oil Flood was published last year by Praeger. Twitter LinkedIn Website The "Peak Oil" Scare and the Coming Oil Flood Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

13 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 94 -Michael Lynch on Peak Oil Demand

Episode 93 - Urenna Onyewuchi breaks down some of the issues facing Africa

Ryan Ray visits w/ Urenna Onyewuchi on today's episode of The Global Energy Leaders Podcast as they discuss the various issues facing Africa. Guest: Ureena received her PhD in Electrical Engineering, Asset Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Urenna is an electrical engineer with Corning Incorporated here in the States. Having grown up in Nigeria and being witness to the lack of electricity in her country. Urenna developed a strong passion to bring electricity to Africa and contribute in anyway possible. She is volunteering on the conference board for PES Power Africa in June for her second time as well as having founded EmpowerDISS in 2013, a program with connections to local high schools in Nigeria working to help more students make the transition into college and beyond through mentorship and working with alumni programs, and will continue to fight to bring the percentage down as fast as possible. LinkedIn Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact R...

26 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Episode 93 - Urenna Onyewuchi breaks down some of the issues facing Africa

Latest Episodes

Episode 102 - Keep Climbing

Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Podbean iTunes YouTube Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

6 MIN2017 OCT 23
Comments
Episode 102 - Keep Climbing

Episode 101 - Tips on Navigating Your Career from David Vaucher

Guest: David Vaucher, a Director with Alvarez & Marsal in Houston, specializes in data analysis and project management. In particular, Mr. Vaucher's insights on costs in the oil & gas industry and operations to support shale oil & gas development in North America have been sought out and published by global news organizations such as Thomson Reuters, The Wall Street Journal (Latin America), the Financial Times and The Economist, and local ones such as the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express News. He began his oil & gas career as a field engineer at Schlumberger based in Texas, focusing on cementing and well construction operations, and then worked for TAM International (a maker of specialty completion tools) as a Technical Advisor supporting the company's global field operations. Mr. Vaucher speaks French fluently, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Rice University, an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Master of Engineerin...

27 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 101 - Tips on Navigating Your Career from David Vaucher

Episode 100 - Is the EIA storage data accurate? Mark LaCour discusses

Guest: In his career, Mark has sold over $305 million to the oil & gas industry and has had over 2,200 meetings with almost every oil & gas company that you can name. He's done business in the North Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, the UK, Middle East, Mexico, Canada, Norway, Scotland, Brazil and in the good ol' US of A. He is the director of public relations for the American Petroleum Institute (the API) Houston chapter, the largest group representing the oil & gas industry to congress. Mark has a well-earned reputation as an industry "insider" and independent 3rd party market researcher. He is an author, sits on several oil & gas boards, has one of the top oil & gas presences in social media and when he not volunteering his time teaching STEM's at local schools he helps other companies sell their products and services to oil and gas companies at modalpoint.com. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Website Links from the show: ModalPoint Newsletter Sign-Up Oil & Gas Global Network Oil & Gas Industry ...

18 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 100 - Is the EIA storage data accurate? Mark LaCour discusses

Episode 99 - John Siciliano on the upcoming climate change debate

Guest: John Siciliano - Energy Examiner -- Washington Examiner, Energy & Environment Correspondent Website Twitter Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

34 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 99 - John Siciliano on the upcoming climate change debate

Episode 98 - Where can we improve the grid?

Guest: Mr. Williams combines renewable technology and finance with a passion for transformative energy markets. Mr. Williams currently serves as Solar Guru for USAID's Caribbean Clean Energy Program, Senior Fellow for UC Berkeley's Renewable Appropriate Energy Laboratory, and Chief Executive Officer of dissigno. Mr. Williams has particular concentration in technology, finance, and enterprise development in mature and emerging markets. He has found, led, and divested solar development businesses around the world. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow with the US State Department's Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas where he advised government and private developers in Latin America on transitioning to generation from renewable energy and developing finance options. Mr. Williams was selected as one of Time Magazine's Innovators of the Year for work on refrigeration in emerging tropical markets. Mr. Williams has leveraged technical expertise to attract financing and set the la...

22 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 98 - Where can we improve the grid?

Episode 97 - Are electric cars ready to go mainstream?

Guest: Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D., is a consultant on geopolitics and the global energy industry and a non-resident scholar at the Arabia Foundation, a D.C. based think tank. She is the author of the upcoming book, Saudi, Inc., which presents the history of Saudi Arabia through the central figure of its oil company, Aramco. It will be released in 2018 (Pegasus Books) as Saudi Aramco prepares to launch its much-anticipated IPO. A frequent commentator on oil pricing, energy policy, alternative energies, OPEC, and political economy, Dr. Wald writes weekly columns for investing.com and Forbes. She is an adjunct professor of Middle East history and policy; has lectured and spoken across the U.S., U.K., and Middle East; and appeared on TV and radio on three continents. She earned her Ph.D. with a focus on business history and international relations at Boston University and an A.B. in history from Princeton University. Twitter LinkedIn Website Link from the show: Battery Lifetime: How Long Can ...

20 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 97 - Are electric cars ready to go mainstream?

Episode 96 - A journey from renewables to nuclear

Guest: Ben Heard is recognised as a leading voice for the use of nuclear technologies to address our most pressing global challenges. It certainly didn't start that way. Back in the day he was a member of environmental NGOs and shared their basic objection to nuclear technologies. Being serious about the environmentalism stuff, he undertook a Masters in Corporate Sustainability at Monash University, beginning in 2004. He was one of the inaugural graduands of Future Environmental Leaders (now the Centre for Sustainability Leadership). His work threw him into the deep end of sustainability, with stakeholder consultation for issues like native and plantation forestry industries, legacy toxic waste sites and transport infrastructure. He discovered that nothing was simple, everything involved trade-offs, all risks are relative and if you try to do your job well almost no-one will like you very much but hopefully most will respect you. He started working in major projects in climate chang...

27 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 96 - A journey from renewables to nuclear

Episode 95 - European and global power generation

Guest: Diarmaid Williams is the International Digital Editor at Power Engineering International and Editor of Decentralized Energy Twitter LinkedIn Website Website Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

24 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 95 - European and global power generation

Episode 94 -Michael Lynch on Peak Oil Demand

Guest: Michael Lynch has worked in the petroleum and energy industries for four decades, about half as an M.I.T. researcher. He is published in six languages; one of his recent books, The Peak Oil Scare and the Coming Oil Flood was published last year by Praeger. Twitter LinkedIn Website The "Peak Oil" Scare and the Coming Oil Flood Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact Ryan: LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Until next time, keep climbing.

13 MIN2017 OCT 20
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Episode 94 -Michael Lynch on Peak Oil Demand

Episode 93 - Urenna Onyewuchi breaks down some of the issues facing Africa

Ryan Ray visits w/ Urenna Onyewuchi on today's episode of The Global Energy Leaders Podcast as they discuss the various issues facing Africa. Guest: Ureena received her PhD in Electrical Engineering, Asset Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Urenna is an electrical engineer with Corning Incorporated here in the States. Having grown up in Nigeria and being witness to the lack of electricity in her country. Urenna developed a strong passion to bring electricity to Africa and contribute in anyway possible. She is volunteering on the conference board for PES Power Africa in June for her second time as well as having founded EmpowerDISS in 2013, a program with connections to local high schools in Nigeria working to help more students make the transition into college and beyond through mentorship and working with alumni programs, and will continue to fight to bring the percentage down as fast as possible. LinkedIn Contact the Show: Email Website Twitter Facebook Contact R...

26 MIN2017 OCT 4
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Episode 93 - Urenna Onyewuchi breaks down some of the issues facing Africa
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